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Can I change the program in my computer, A Dual USB Apple, that is may be to install Window XP?

My computer don't accept ethernet cable, that is the RJ45 socket don't fit, is apple have their own RJ 45 socket or what else I need to apply so as to access internet.

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Make sure you are putting the cable into the right socket. This picture shows them. Use the second from the left. Make sure the socket is clear of debris or bent/broken pins. Also make sure you are using the correct cable for the connection. It does fit normally, so I'm guessing that some piece of plastic or metal is bent or broken.

Posted on May 23, 2008

One. A PowerPC iBook like yours can only install Windows XP through emulation. This means that Mac OS X has to be installed to run the emulator. It will also run slower in emulation mode, meaning that XP will pretty much only be good for word processing. The newer intel Macs like the imac and macBook can install Windows XP natively even without Mac OS X installed!  two. It's weird how the etherent cable doesn't fit? Apple uses standard ethernet cables, so.... 

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